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  • Mumbai, 22 Nov 16

    Defending champ Ashok Kumar faces stiff challenge from youth brigade at CG Open 2016

    As the 2016 PGTI season draws to an end, the race for the Rolex Player of the Year title has entered an intriguing phase. There are several contenders in the fray with just three events remaining in the season.

    The first of these three events, the Rs
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  • , 21 Nov 16


    Source: Asian Tour 
    Gaganjeet Bhullar of India won the US$300,000 BANK BRI-JCB Indonesia Open for the second time in his career after closing with a four-under-par 68 on Monday.
    Bhullar, who also won the event in 2013, sealed his seventh Asian Tour victory and a second title this season with a 16-under-par 272 total at the Pondok Indah Golf Course.
    He returned to finish his remaining three holes on Monday morning as play was abandoned due to bad weather on Sunday
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  • Jakarta, Indonesia, 20 Nov 16

    Bhullar and Singh continue battle on Monday at Indonesia Open

    Source: Asian Tour

    Gaganjeet Bhullar of India will hold a two-shot advantage when he continues his battle with Jeev Milkha Singh on Monday at the weather-hit BANK BRI-JCB Indonesia Open.

    Bhullar, a six-time Asian Tour winner, was 16-under through 15 holes but Singh continued to pile the pressure on his countryman before a thunderstorm at 1.05pm forced officials to suspend the game
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  • Digboi, Assam, 19 Nov 16

    Honey Baisoya makes it back-to-back titles after comfortable nine-stroke win at IndianOil Servo Masters 2016

    Delhi’s Honey Baisoya made it back-to-back wins on the PGTI after marching to a comfortable nine-stroke triumph at the IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2016 at the Digboi Golf Links on Saturday.

    Baisoya posted a clinical two-under-70 in the final round to end up with a winning tournament total of 20-under-268. The 20-year-old, who won in Shillong last week, thus swept the north-eastern leg of PGTI’s 2016 season
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  • Jakarta, Indonesia, 19 Nov 16

    Indian duo of Jeev & Bhullar leads the field in Indonesia

    Source: Asian Tour
    Jeev Milkha Singh of India fired a flawless six-under-par 66 to lead by one shot in the third round of the BANK BRI-JCB Indonesia Open on Saturday as he aims to end a four-year title drought.

    The two-time Asian Tour number one posted six birdies for a 13-under-par 203 total to set-up a nail-biting finale against countryman Gaganjeet Bhullar, who settled for a 68 after he bogeyed the last hole at the Pondok Indah Golf Course.

    Thailand’s Pannakorn Uthaipas returned with a 70 for a 205 total while local talent Danny Masrin trails by four shots after shooting a 67 as he aims to become the second Indonesian to win his National Open since 1985
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